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Caffeine
Definition

What does Caffeine do for the body

Caffeine is an Alkaloid Compound commonly found in coffee and tea plants. It stimulates the Central Nervous System and gives an energy boost to the body. It gives mental alertness and increases the concentration. It uplifts the mood and reduces the Fatigue.

Requirement of Caffeine per day

200 mg to 400 mg

Benefits of Caffeine

The Antioxidant property of Caffeine protects the body from the free radicals. It has a positive effect on the Heart health. It relieves Stress and Headache. It detoxifies the Liver and cleanse the Colon. Caffeine stimulates the Hair growth and treats Baldness. It opens the airways and reduces the symptoms of Asthma.

Functions of Caffeine

Caffeine is absorbed by the Brain and increases the concentration. It gives a positive feeling to the body and reduces the Fatigue. It reduces the body pain after work out and increases the stamina. Caffeine protects from Cataracts and reduces fatty Liver diseases. It reduces the risk of Erectile Dysfunction and prevents Tinnitus.

Effect of excess Caffeine in the Body

Anxiety
Tremors
Insomnia
Nausea
Frequent Urination
Dehydration
Arrhythmia

Effects of Caffeine deficiency in the body

Irritability
Dizziness
Laziness
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Caffeine

Most Effective

Highly Effective

 
 
 
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